Netflix recruits Billy Crystal, Lily Tomlin, and Neil Patrick Harris for Laugh-In tribute

Iconic ‘60s-’70s sketch comedy series Laugh-In still holds a bit of pop culture weight, especially for people who remember how often it was a reference point for ‘90s cartoons, and now Netflix is planning to bring it back with a 50th anniversary special called Still Laugh-In: The Stars Celebrate. This comes from Rolling Stone

Happy 40th birthday to Dawn Of The Dead, the first great zombie satire flick

Today is April 20, one of those dates that seems to come weirdly pre-loaded with cultural significance—whether you’re talking about weed, 20th century dictators, or the state of school safety in good old 2019. (And, hey: Shout-out to everyone going absolutely buck-wild celebrating the 1912 death of Dracula author Bram…

Stephen Colbert offers a very sweet tribute after death of his long-time cameraman

“Sincerity” is not a tone often evoked in the world of late-night TV talk. But when it does arrive, it’s often at the hands of Stephen Colbert, who—despite his irony-soaked beginnings—has always known when to get real with his audience. Said real Colbert was in full display earlier this week, when he took time out of

Stephen Colbert and Robert De Niro share Trump talk, a minute's silence, ice cream sundaes

Taped on Tuesday but broadcast as part of Friday’s show (as is Stephen Colbert’s sneaky way), last night’s Late Show interview with guest Robert De Niro was enjoyably halting, if that’s a thing. Colbert was upfront about what he was expecting from the infamously terse and no-bullshit De Niro, prefacing his questions…

ABC assembles a frankly ridiculous cast to do live remakes of All In The Family and The Jeffersons

The “classic TV series reboot” is an established and inescapable factor of the television landscape these days, with executives and writers eagerly hoovering up whatever lingering traces of lasting sentiment or nostalgia might be associated with a given, ostensibly moribund property. At this point, there have now been…

All of Harry Burns' sweaters and sports coats in When Harry Met Sally have finally been ranked

Almost 30 years after its release, a vital character within When Harry Met Sally is getting the attention it deserves: Harry Burns’ fashion. GQ recently took the time to rank every single one of his outfits in the quintessential rom-com, and if you’ve ever witnessed his chunky “I’m sick, but I need to look…

Boy howdy, here's a goldarn bluegrass cover of Super Mario World's "Athletic Theme"

In the most unexpected country crossover since LL Cool J and Brad Paisley joined forces to solve racism, the banjo-pickin’, fiddle-playin’ boys of Nashville’s The Hit Points have covered Super Mario World’s “Athletic Theme.” Unlike the regrettable example above, though, their genre exercise is actually very good and,…

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